Drake decided to promote The Game's album while he and Meek Mill were exchanging disses.
As The Game and Meek Millwage war on Instagram, Drake has decided to make his allegiances clear -- and they shouldn't surprise anyone. Drizzy posted the cover art to The Game's upcoming project, 1992, just after Game and Meek Mill were going at each other, once again suggesting that Drake and Meek will not be burying the hatchet anytime soon. Yes, technically this could be a coincidence, but given the level of calculation behind most of Drake's moves, it's hard to believe it's an accident.
Game has been threatening to beat Meek Mill up over the last few days, suggesting that Meek mentioned his name to the cops -- though the exact incident he's referring to has not yet been confirmed (TMZ has reported that it could be linked to a June robbery at an LA nightclub). Meek has since accused The Game of stirring the pot in an attempt to promote his album, and the two have been exchanging words throughout the day today.
Of course, Drake and Meek Mill's problems stem back from some ghostwriting accusations levelled at Drizzy last year, but you all know that story by now.
Check out Drake's post below. Did he need to step into this?